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DOZENS OF WEBLEY PISTOLS IN STOCK, GIVE US A CALL OR BEST POP IN AND SEE THEM
Beautifully made replicas of Webley boxes from yesteryear,
ideal for collectors.
REPLICA WEBLEY PISTOL BOXES
Stock No: KBC17
This fine quality blued steel pistol is in fairly good condition retaining most of
its original pellets but with some surface scratches on one side but worn and very
lightly pitted on the other side where it has laid in the box. A bit of a shame.
The grips are perfect and the pistol shoots very well with a very good spring and
very tight breech lock up mechanism. The box is a bit torn and battered with one
end flap detached but present inside the box.
Stock No PTB26
This pistol is in good condition, complete and working, retaining most of its original
finish but with areas of wear down the sides where it has lane. Good condition un
chipped grips. Supplied in one of our superb reproduction boxes with a compartment
and an empty repro pellet box.
Stock No PTB27
Calibre: .177 smoothbore
In mint condition, supplied in one of our superb reproduction boxes with repro pellet
box and instructions/diagram leaflet.
Stock No: KBC6
This Premier, one of the last of the brown grips, but with what we believe is a suncorite
finish is in excellent near new condition obviously had very little use. In its box,
the box is a little battered and torn. Complete with an original tin of Webley pellets
with about 50 pellets therewithin. Plus a little gift voucher which appears to be
original. A nice collector’s item.
Stock No 4192
Year: clate 1980s?
This is a really interesting and clever design of pistol. It looks like one of the
Italian single stroke pneumatics but it is in fact a spring pistol. It is surely
a development of the Webley pistol with the cocking axis in a different point and
pulling the spring out from the front of the piston. It is actually quite a well
made pistol all be it of cast metal as most modern pistols are. This example is in
fair condition with some paint loss, the grips may have been rubbed down we don't
think they are as originally produced but we've never had another one of these to
compare it to. This is the first one we have ever seen and were pleasantly surprised
at how it actually cocks and shoots so nicely. Fully adjustable rear sight, the only
thing it lacks is an anti bear trap mechanism but then no Webley pistols had them
either. Good trigger, an interesting nice design. Really surprising you don't see
more of them about.
MODEL ACRO 1
This is the only one of these we have ever seen. It was made in Canada we guess in
the 1970s. It is in as new condition in its original box and it shoots and holds
gas fine. Very solidly made all of metal, it looks like an old fashioned duelling
pistol. A friend of ours has suggested a Thompson Contender type pistol. Single shot,
.22 calibre, you turn and pull the bolt on the top and drop the pellet in and then
slide the hammer forward on the side. A nice quality pistol with a good heft and
weight about it. Interesting collector’s item. Shoots around 2.7 foot pounds with
Air Arms pellets when we tested it.